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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 3 March 1847

which the inter'ests of the people demand on account of its m ore direct and speed: mail communication -han by the presen route. By the presenVarrangement, ps!Ae ar inforilied, the Dat lington mails from Char lestot go-by way of Georgetown, ondar not received and dpened atthe formcr placi by some.fifty or niore hours later than t Sumterville mailfs from Charleston are op. ened at t1is place. For in-1stanc,.the uam tervillo mail frorn Charlestoin, dlle on Sin day morning, arrives, on tOhie mornina g re quired at 12' A. M., generally, or lint long after; while the Daribagtiff .Mails frotr Charleston, of corresponding mailinir, art not opened at thatplace unsitil the succeed, ing Tuesday morning. Thisioconvenienci Mnl delay to the people of Dauhlnglor Court Housqe may be ierhedhied by the es tablishment of a tri-wpekly mail to thu place from Charlest'on, through this place in continuation of the Gatdsden and Sum terville mail line, By such an arrange ment, the residents of Darlington C...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 3 March 1847

T s r - tv r 44tiufsiolege. h nt h bliag a pootess ot - ln a1. t hfailing,gpQwqrs. ThIs is . -* T JoR aNo ER. - THE 1O'ANDHE GRAYVi. FRqbT TiI,'kR)91CI -The Rose said toithe Grave, o duen tomb I S Whore 'o, sous'. that day by day, PaAs-to thy. gloom in raesaid'. the !tose, te Gi4ave tff~ t M ither-are'fedi o flower of 0 qi-fiwdewv ibIch nght On theeaath shetdi 'ho Rose said to the Grave, --A perfume rare, -M2y leav'es from ndqwe'- of night distil, Sweetening--the air. The Grave said to' the Rose, Of the soulsagiven, into my silent ward, I make. Atigels in heaven. - - E.F.E. For the Suinter Banner. MARGARET MILLER DAVIDSON. The following exquisite lines were composed by the youthful ptCtCs MARGA. iut-rMt.LLER DAVIDsoN, when only in her eighth year. She was born in Pltitsburg, N. Y. and died at the same place, the 22,1 -of November, 1838, in the sixteenth year of her age. She was sister to Lucretia Maria Davidson,' the authoress of" Amir K han, and other Poems." A brief account of the...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 24 March 1847

... ..... t i'c w s sw t 4 rw rs . 4 Y r H12 TER ~ *R'&-r.' ,VLM Ii SUTRILaSUHCROIA A 714 THE SU1ATER BANNER: PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, BY WIL LIAM J. FRANC:IS. -I E R.MS: Tw' Dol arA and FitTy Cents in- adivance, Three Dollars, at the cxpiration 0l six mliontlis, or. Three Dollars and ifty. Cenis, at the edid of tle year. Advertisetnents inserted at 75 cents per square, (17 lines 'or less,) for the first ani hal If that suin for each subsequerst inserti on. The nunmher of inser tions to be marked on all Advertisements. or they will tie pub!ished until orlered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. 0 * One Dollar per square tir a single insertion. Quarterly and Monthly ativertisarnents wvll ti ie charged'the sanic as a single insertion, anl Semi monthly the same as new ones. For publishing Citations ar the law directs three dollars will be chargrd, All Obituary Notices exceeling mix lines, nind Cominunicatinns reco:nmendling Caniiaisateq for pub lic ofieit of prof...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 24 March 1847

thle 7ti f brtiaiy, a cWuhula'is'a a towns I thir h thenceto Saitillo, adeord' -frgt'be ""naps bef6,re..us. His, srtry wasI in the tdnoit li1 riVss-rodcado, de Mier ias-tthe'0'V Gdin rM**klt' ha'vi'nV provided no r Means Sor uindetiling:.suih a' march. We 1~. 6 -j q- o hi . r ih pi'ithe^e of thestate -cof rI trog'. bef ir un. .Onr of Sin e cna'st ist resore rmarcein-g wad to distributed evle day's pay. forthe month *of January-Il in could not sustiain tliemmore thoa a'week, and the question-was asked, "What.shall wedo when in 'front of the etiemny?" The'troops are represented as patie.nt atid loyal, but; in a.pitiable state of distress.. In derision. they.speak of going forth'to solve the problem of 'figting 'withleomt eating."? - The same paper which innounces Santa Anna's arrival at Matehuala, mention( that Gen. Taylor is fortifying Saltillo, and has with him 0000 troops and sixteen pit ces of artillery. This shows again the ac. curacy oFthe information possesed by the Mexicnns of...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 24 March 1847

the Bay of Mobile,, we patsed two light houses; one, on Mobile point, -to the Jar board; the other on Sandy Island to the starboard: that is, the first to the East,' the otlier to the West of us. On the Point, we saw tile guns of "Fort Morgan,"' looking out sigelifiicanatly towards us. They lihd no voice for usi. -But. if I mistook not their appearance, their enemy would meet another reception. . This is not the kind'of an occasion for a man, strictly of the land, to attempt an ex pose of his feelings 'in looking out upon the waters, reachoning in every direction beyond the field of his vision. Suffice it to say, that, eurly in tihe morning, on board the ship, the mellowing rays of the sun fal. ling on the rippling wateas, their bosom pxpanding befor e' us, the land receding be hind us, the prostpect or a ten days home on "the rolling deep," nd then landing on un inhospitable shore; these were the to pics tof reflection. One thing in the first day's experience and observation, I mus...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 24 March 1847

4 . ..UMi'T LWE,' I T . . The- i:ndersigned, propietor of C1ina's otLef, at Sumtei- Court -ouse, S C..es pedtfully iiorins. his friends 'a'i the pub ic., thals Ie has thoroughaly'refitt'ed his 1h -tel, and that it i naw it complete order fur the acconmodation, of. Boarders, Visi-, ters and thei Travelliitg Publi. - 4le returns. his- sincere tlianks..to 'the public lit large for ihe'renerous and libe. rnl par.onnge, anti hdpee b'trict atten tion to their .comfort'to merit its conLinu ance.. * 1His establiiment is conveniently situa. ted oin the Mimin street, near the Couit House, 'nd will be fouil convenient to memtbers of the Bar andalPanters visiting the . Cou-t House on 'business. His table will be carefully andl reniia'rly furnisied. JOHN CHINA, Jr.. Dec. 10, 1840. 7 tf 7000 ARBS LYNCHES' CREEK LANDS FOR SALE. The Iands of the lac John Duacnat, are now for sale, consistiig of va'rious qualities, and in plantautions or paicela varyifig from 175 to 2000 acres. Persons wishing tio p...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 31 March 1847

41P -E VOLUME L SUMERVILLE BOTH-CAROLINA, MARH31,1847. V O U E LS I1 I E V L EM R HB E R 22 4 THE SUMTER BANNER: PUBLISHED EVERY WEDINESDAY MOlNING, BY WILLIAM J. FRANCIS. TERIMSt Two Dollars and Filly Cents inl advance, Three Dollars, at tho expiration ol six moths, or riree Dollars anet 'Fifty Cents, at the end or the year. Advertisements inserted at 75 centS per sIiuare, (17 lines or less,) for the first and half that sum for leach subsequtient insertion. The nrutber of inser tiotis to be marIkeld on all Advertisements. or they will 116 pnblishcd until or.lered to be discontinued, anld celiriged accordingly. One Doltar per square for a single insertion Quarterly an:l Moothly ailvertisemnents nIII be liarget the saine as a iogle insertion, and Semi Imolnlily thei snme as new ones. For publishing C:tations ar the law directs thrce dollars will be eliargel, All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Communicattions reftitnending Candidate, for pub. lie otlires of p-ofit or trust-...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 31 March 1847

A b.iom the N' Picayune, Alarch 10.] CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS. By the annexed letter from Col. Curtis, commanding at Camargo, it will be -seen that a call for a large number of volunteers is to be made for the defence of the Rio Grande. We have no time for comment. IIEADQUARTERS, (Camargo,) March2,1847. Sir:-I send an ollicer to Headquarters, at Washington, making a requisition on the President of the UniLed States for fifty thousand six months volunteers. 1l1 com. munication has for several days been cut of between this place and the army above, a rnd I see no tdullate relief this side of New-Orleans. I request YOU, therefore, to cal out ten thousand mnen of this characa ter of troops, and I anticipate they will be recogized under the call of tile President. As fast any considerable force can be 'accumulated, let theml be forwarded-to Bra zos San1tiago. All troops, as far as prac ticable, shonld be armed before leaving te United Slates, and thle officers comman ding1 companies shoun tak...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 31 March 1847

there wall be amI, service this nrt-rnoaon, as Mr. L. is going nfisking with another cler gynana ! Mr. L. of cotirsu -corrected the awkward yet amusing bluader. It is well to be sociable anil clever ; but to assist in courting your girl is being a lit tle too helpful. BEWARE OF COUNTEtFEITS AND 11. TATIONS. The unparalleled and astonishing efficacy of DR. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY, in all the diseases for which it is recommended, curing mnany cases alter the skill of the best physicians was unavailing, has eifectel a large and increasing de mand for it. This fact has caused several unpriici .pled counterfeiters and initators to pialm offspurious mixtures, of similar naute and appearance, for the genuine Balsam Smile are called "Syrup of Wild Cherry," "Balsam of Spikenard," "Wild Cherry, Confrey," &c. Another, "Wester's Balsam of Wild Cherry.": misspelling the namc, and forging certificates to resemble those of the true Balsam. "Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry" is the onl...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 31 March 1847

C, for the Banner. otf.stal30 FRpg 55 45PtlPUBt.iC STREET. *Thou uglhoppitg huiup-back frog o hidd'thy pasty wrinkled face endath some rptten filthy Iog For thee, this is no fitting. placo. Were you Lord Mayor of the town 4 And.owned a for4y acro lot, You could not wear a sterner frowx Or look more like a beastly sot. -Yes, go, or some great loafers foot Will surely fall upon your back, 0 Or some dandy's high heeled boot, Will leave you sprawling in his track. Now take a friend's advice and go To where you can more safely be, Or by some accidental blow Your back is broke and woe is thee. JUVENIS. Lodibar March 19th, 1847. KISSING NO ROBBERY. "Oh, quit-get out-now don't you I really wish you wouldn't, Oh, quit-will youl Oh, geL out You know you ought to shouldn't. There, now vou've gnt oh, be still 1'ou suaAN'r have any more; You've got-oh, take your face away What no man's got before." "One more-there-that will do." Oh, don't; You've rimplel up my hair; If you'll but quit, I'll cIvE...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 7 April 1847

- - -k - J ill'-S j j...j .. ....184l'?!6 BE- SUMTkUBANNER: -PUBLIS D l'BERY WEDME1DAY M.'Nom, BY. W[L LIAMi$. FACI8. Dtw ollarsha'tiFflt Ce a in advanedc, Three Dollirs,,i the expitation of six rmontks, or Three Dolliar. innefity Cents, at.the end i the year. Idvertiseineitti inserted a.t '5 cents per square, (17 ini or lsi;) for tile first inal hair that sum for ea qiiheseent insertion.. The number of inser tions, to be marked on all Advertisements, or they will hepublished-dutil ordered to be discontinued, asid .hargeaaacordii.gly. - . ,se Dollar.per squite ihr i single insenion. Qurterly and ,Monthly advertisements will be charged the santo as a single insertion, and Seni. monthly.the same as nciv onen. Fora publish'ing Citations ar the law directs three dollirs will be charged, .All Obittnary- Notices exceeling six lines, and Cominunication recoinmenling Candidates for pub. 'ieai Of profit o trust- -or puffing lExhibitions, Wilh la CIsarged as advertisements. tAcccitnt* 'or Adv...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 7 April 1847

.0" *'wollideI .at his i of the-General hJ t R officer who so at htn.Ilf saca do l'Palmq, va.s kiled Th~e lrau tigafiksb. 28d bisted :+from es,rl rorte fillhli t4P. M. whenf8anta A'nn drew ofiitt4rniy.Aid riitired 1o Agua Ni ervu, to pWit ii roindfarpement. It-wit! be rerembried thIstS-ntaAnna de resrec,, comtuAnnded by Gen. sqm had been delayed in its march, and has, n doubt,. joined him a. ew days after .hibA tie.., Au. In the meantime his rmv is elin ving, and many of- his men -are deserqInj Cap..Prentiss' stitong artillery compan was not in the action, but had lefllipnter 'y tojoin Gen. Tfidor, with six'. cannor two beitng I.potunde(rs. Ott the 7th M re one' of 'the Ohio reginenta9o h-ft SlOt terey to join Gen. Tayir. If these-an Cn pt.Preintiss' artillery arrived in time, ih the Gonieal's heavy loss will -be fully re paired, and he will be ready to meetSant Anna again. Gen. Taylor, at the last aecounts, wa still maintaining his positipn, undisturbe by th enemy. .An exchatinge o...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 7 April 1847

wo tinled at hisi f n 11,7 or tihe Generatl'aes .i.l1iintOpri'dyi Officer V 11o S i'nise'imstel f acR Baca de l'Palma, was killed.. . Tihe battle.uf- the 23d -lasted frorm esat morn till about P4T.-.M. when'Santa An drcw o$'hiisoriyand retired to Agia fi ova, to await a' reinforcement. It-will be rernember.el that Sa-ntaAnnm de reservc, commanded by Gen. Vasqi had been delayed in its march, and has, I doubt, joined: him a few days after .the b, tic. Bat in the meantime his army is se. ving. and many of his men are desertin Cap. Prentiss' strong artillery omilial was not in the action, but hind leriCAltinte ey tojoin Gen. Tafor, with six eano two heiig 18-1)poiers. On the 7th Mnre ooe Otil O io regiielnts also left 310 terey to joii Gen. Taylor. If these ai Ca pt. Prentiss' artillery arrived in time, i the Gl'enl 's heavy loss will -be fully r paired, a1i66 he will be ready to iect-i0an A nina agaii. Gen. Taylor, at the last accounis, w still maiitaniiiing his position, undisturb by ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 7 April 1847

e, the fetters -whii hound d hr ten' II ages /Togthegn Scfonn Lttit ure prqgress; t0 tlit'mi we% oPeal lwhie.h .nable map ti peaht fhe r'd lginitv of his noitur lie Thta ind. is , rer f cu6t tI 'nia thy of a hinI superstit. FreIdom if consi)4etii leth*rjy (if nges iN luken $ Shift wt not honor thite, Avlio conferr ithi yteal gnoon mitnkriir-Ih ll we tnt rever< those, %vho peried.0 iJl -Ithe 'ciaue otreli. gi ttils iberty, and nobly resloyd to d in tli- Lei us not -fmt n thai the II uguninoitl were the rmartyrs of Christianity, the sMi tif everlasting taluth; and, .silo we. regar< them with veneration, let us cherish thff feelings of brothejirfor their 'desceniland in. tle fAr sou1th-.-let us hailthem'as Ameri canq-1et ushi) them, as members of the iatie great and treei people. TAI(r WARNING!. LookroUtfor the. Rascale, Foreigp *rs, anc Abolitionists, onthe Rail Road -Cars! The foljowing incident has been brough to our noticeas ills*trating the . necessity of guiarding -our serv...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 7 April 1847

FAri 19 1 Be ond lbonin -ro band, 1 Coitki e:kte, hi nake'd hat Tuie secret work inj,.thre What aiwthl thou i.ghts It would -impartj Anil mpjny a'silentter Comeo v'e* hlimn'a he tmlg 4. Dolore hisawtil God, Ho'.ries in vain and wrings his hands While justice we ide her .rod: His days of joy are past and -gone,, And grief has followed soon He- by teliptation has b en drawn, To share a -crim'nal's doom. His awful doomi at last drawr'ier, A gitiet there ii seen, His.trembhng body cold with fear, - Is placed beneath the beam. View him suspended i n the air; 'See how he vrithes in pain, His wretched spirit indcspair, -0 struggling in vaiir He diesA warning to his race, J Th Wage.of his crime, A death. of horror and disgrace, A warning to mankifid. - .Nbw vwhiskey dealer it is you, The cause of all this-trife, You sold him liquor It Is true, And stoppied his usefurllfe Remember now the part you've borne, In this most tragic scene, The crime is nearly all your en, Most guilty you have been...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 14 April 1847

TO -'" A n 4'i- I ~ V, nl* . -It *1 A~~ !'.Ni n l" ,Jt#' S,-.4 t.t 7~.i . A; ..;.:'V r-~ '~*g* ~A BURTt~; 'INA A'-, v :~ ~ 4f-$~- - S $ 77 4 -.1 $XIL.A40J, 3. Fi NCIS. TRKS: -- Twow4AarsandKiVfty Cents In advance, Three Dollare, attheoexplration,ot; six months, or Three Dollariaftet fifty Cents, at the end or the year. - -Advertikeotenta inserted at 75 cents - per square, .(17 lines br-leso) lbr the Brat anti half that sum fo~ each subsequent insertion. The number or inser. tions to be marked on all Advertisements. or they willi6ekpubli sied-urntfl ordered to be discontinued, and ihargod accordingly. _On *D611ar per square for * single Insertion. Quarterly- - and Monthly -advertisements will .he 'ehirged the same as a single insertion, and Semi. -monthly. thei same as new ones.. . Vor.publishing gitations at the law directs three -dollars will be charged, All Obituary.Notices exceeding six lines, and CominGloations recommending Candidates for pub .4a.'ifices. of profit or trust- -or...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 14 April 1847

arch 1 in.ax.rouni -.1% O08r n r *0101, most- ang ~ ~ ~ ' 't~ e seres ofrevollt pn sh eqth t e 4iffqrentpatte behj btle i aod gihtinp each otley w~fi uiwoia.l for. -i Fwa~d IhaL. een he Britlsh c MInl9#e v.anhe tlit dtes'haird it Iy darjetire ntekt :itree u 'ear a afbeing shot by som orelipidifforep. conternding factions.' Gomez . riias has I -sRarthl the priests have their patyj thpse ( in faoqr .of peace, have part a) tien 4here aue.the war men, t pd ahak Anuuia .oien, the, Anionte mi n, ardwhatid.h o w .A41 was . "confutlAn .yrse e.:,iitunaleil, I an .I ,can makei.itkher. head.no taj of the t .4iffret ruNUra, - :3..,ri.g slit Thei MXiCaps hare -edn irin noon to-day, and-4ron'th . mo-sof their I but ter ies,:nnd t ie roar. of% roul- shot and I . shell has beenreonatantly dinning in the i d As.ofour men. - Strange thitth ilo not a effect more. they mpust thj 9ey.e I destroying the "Yaikees," as n j ow I all'-term us,'by dozets, el'othi ui ot ke up 0 such an inesntin flng. T e 'eath...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 14 April 1847

I Sai siiiej'o'r kfuse, oeifrsL ftlay and df f'Wiiowift lb MY next ithli h lega hoirs df 8Ald. the b~iEt bder; for Canh th e f64lowin rapjit Pirth r y " O i e I o u se 'a id _t.i i % ti- mtIr, I , ad flnng Ilatids o;r iiiiriie .W. W. d Shu niow lives kn'%vn asinki Hotel leViied -ipitn as lii pruprty 41f L. H 1 Di kaii. at'th'e sui of"W E. Rihardson, or daie tra'et ii' 350 adesa at ,an In SaleiM, -a(Mninj idh s~t'Jes. Th~mais, Joel'Al. lieiidad Jesso. Hill, leis upon as the pi oIly or JohiGiant, at the suit of Julin M TWinnii " Oietr Ap f 105'anres Of Land in Low er' Sail mlidfjiiinr lainds'n'f J. M. Baker, SarahTbonrdlinsoiinald J,h Kirby, levie upon as thi lroel)erty of Jaicob P. Strzei, et, the srit ai Jhn G rant, .W. a m pbllI and nl r. Marin. "Une'd't of' 900 acres of La'nd in Sa a 1.dtiij'o.iiing lands or Peter MIcKtnzie, M;ifteveitt -Wnid Al. Welch. enlled Dlogan's aiRt~ lovied upn- ats the propertv of J. P. 49fiiigein,at thei iit of John Grant, Win. Cainnbel4a'nd M'. L. Marti...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 14 April 1847

yon pr , Lt~ ~ ~ ~ ti-eyanitl 7h,~[~B( s inging in wood ed grove, hn their vepqr loie' TheiBuitarilyganbols in'beauty fre %)nd je hear the huifo tbe lhoney.bee But a shadlowo ofny brow u le6to All are nonherelthat I metbere list Many lave p'a'ed, in th.ir mir and gie en li~int.he grav ' b aithat c ress tree, S'Emblerpi of-f-owerk, yemaldens-falr Comieind see where the lilles are .Conie'.jatidbehapoy wgile you magy Comnelbrth, like me, bo blithe ansd gay Gather .white roses to hiaid in yourhei4 Z'hen tisos'ethat are.glowing vith hilshes rare, Gpther tho violet-meek and -free Eiblejns of, maidfr purity. - 'tH Y WIFE, 0 cherish har dcarlt -- And lovo her sincerely, - al faitbiul, indulgent and kind; - Mako,not a slight failing A preteit for. railingt IF stch you should happen to find. - Oh lo not misuso her, And never reftse her. When proper her. wishes may be; .Anal thy cost,-cure and troubes She'll recompense double, By the -kindness she'll lavish on thee. S C R A P S. HUMIANITY OF L...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 21 April 1847

;4~~ 01V 3 144 will 4 J8,47e '~-now, W BA. Eli !45MuED . DdDH INO, By MWILL IAE c~~is, T o D 1les'nd-i i~nts in ailvance, Three olla itit thie pIriin ol six monhs, or Three 'ItIara n FI COets at the or the year. Aavertiserments inserted at.7 conts per square, 7 es. or-less,) for the first'ika half tiglt sum for cu 'lert.nsertion.. he uni c f inser ns kd. onVil Adverisements. or they w ,u I: ordered to be discontinued, d. tgo eenrdifi I' ~O.)oar 'per squ re ror assingle inso nn. Qunrterly- and--Monthly alvertisements will' be chargeihe-samea. a.single, Insertion, and Semi - 3lyhtesainga new o.nen. tor pubilishing'Citations ar the law directs three 0llai will leQ.hargedl, M "Obitis;t4fntices exceeding sii lines, and ,"1nubeatintik.reconmending Cantlidotleq for pub. lidift6mes :of proflit or trit- -or puffing Exhibitions, witbe dbarged asaelvertisements. A n ce.uants .tor Advertiving will be presented rur payment qulrterly. All etlters by mail must he post paid to insure a IptptuaII at...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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